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How to read ext4 and btrfs partitions in Windows?

I am dual-booting Ubuntu and Windows. When I'm in Ubuntu, the Windows partition is automatically mounted and I can browse it easily. However, when I'm in Windows I can't see the Ubuntu partition. How can I access it from Windows?

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marked as duplicate by Gilles, Web-E, John S Gruber, Mitch, con-f-use Aug 25 '12 at 8:34

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Use Ext2Read. Free and easy in use.

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use Linux Reader,which is similar to Windows explorer. and have more features (disk imaging,etc)

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